“Only one out of every 10 software developers are women in Turkey” and more news from Turkey…

 Seventeen Swedish Journalists, including the presidents of major press institutions urged Turkey
A recent report has shown that while 88.2 percent of people working in Turkey’s software industry are men, only 11.8 are women: “While the pioneers of computer programming were mostly women, this lack of women’s representation is a critical issue.”
The Constitutional Court has canceled the Presidential Communications Directorate’s authority of inspection over the state-run Anadolu Agency (AA) on the grounds that the related authority renders the AA’s autonomy meaningless.

The Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) has shared the results of its “Life Satisfaction Survey” for 2020. While 52.4 percent said that they were happy in 2019, this rate dropped to 48.2 percent last year.

Turkey ranks last in financial support for citizens during pandemic

According to a recent report by the Research Center of the Confederation of Progressive Trade Unions of Turkey (DİSK), Turkey has allocated only 1.1 percent of its GDP for its citizens, including their health expenditures, during the pandemic.

Audit reports of Turkey Wealth Fund labeled as ‘classified’

The general director of the fund has said that it has 1 million Euro of debt with a capital of 33 billion dollars.
The president spoke about the importance of the Turkish language, criticizing internet slang.

Turkish Lira second most depreciated currency of 2020 | Ahval

The Turkish Lira has lost 24 percent of its value against the dollar in 2020, making it the second…

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